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Baked Cut Up Chicken Recipe

Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
1.25 hrs
Feeds 4-6 people
In this Recipe

Baking a chicken is an easy and affordable way to feed a crowd. After an hour of bake time, you’ll have 8 pieces of delicious chicken ready to eat at home, just like a restaurant prepares, but for much less money! We are using a simple salt and pepper seasoning in this recipe, but you can feel free to use your own favorite seasoning like lemon pepper, cajun or Italian! Enjoy!


  • 1 whole Chicken (cut up fryer chicken or cut up whole chicken cut into pieces)
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper


  1. Pat your chicken pieces dry and rub with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Place skin side up on a baking pan on top of a sheet of aluminum foil sprayed with cooking spray. Make sure the pieces have room between them.

  2. Place into an oven preheated to 400°F and roast for 30 minutes. Turn heat down to 350° and roast for another 30 minutes or until the chicken reaches 165°F.

  3. If desired, use the broiler for 5 minutes to crisp the skin of the chicken even more. Remove from oven and enjoy!

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2 Reviews for Baked Cut Up Chicken

    5, 5

    I have not made this yet, but was wondering … my broiler-heating element is located on the top of the oven — which rack should I use — or — how many inches away from the broiler should the chicken be when I broil for 5 minutes at the end?

      We would recommend using the middle rack, Diane. You can also use a bottom rack for a more gentle heat, but it will take a bit longer to crisp up. Thanks!